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RESPONDING TO SOCIAL JUSTICE RHETORIC I Cheat Sheet Policy Makers for
SOCIAL JUSTICE
WHAT THEY MEANIS..
Group entitlements
WHICH IS...
The reframing of particular political demands as universal moral imperatives
e Adenial of just rewards to individuals who follow the law
@cRITICAL RACE THEORY
WHAT THEY MEAN IS...
Belief that people of European descent make society racist for their own benefit
WHICH IS...
The view that racism is baked into the system and inescapable
The view that racism is present even if no one is racist
The view that all disparities in group outcomes are due to racist systems
@ DIVERSITY
WHAT THEY MEAN IS...
An based approach to society;
includes only those who agree with
Social Justice
IS...
A violation of individual identity; enforced intellectual conformity
Political quotas; an attack on merit and a form of soft bigotry
@ EQUITY
WHAT THEY MEAN IS...
Equality of outcomes plus reparations
WHICH IS...
violation of equality before the law
dismantling of the foundations of a free society
State management of society
by redistributing resources, opportunity, and access
@ INCLUSION
WHAT THEY MEAN IS...
Restricted speech and justification for purges
WHICH IS...
Making people feel "welcomed" by banning anything they find offensive
An attack on freedoms of association and speech
An separation of people by race ("neo-segregation")
@ BIPOC FOLX
WHAT THEY MEAN
Non-European people
WHICH IS...
Used for neo-racist policies
(racism reborn as "progressive") and stereotypes
@ IMPLICIT BIAS
WHAT THEY MEAN IS...
Unconscious bigotry asa result of socialization by oppressive systems
WHICH Shown not to be significant on behavior age 12
Mind-reading that always finds whatit seeks
@ DECOLONIZATION WHAT THEY MEAN IS...
Removing European influence
WHICH IS...
An attempt to delegi the US.
"colonial project'
ize the US.
Replacing universal equality with illiberal non-European "traditions"
@ RACIAL JUSTICE
WHAT THEY MEANIS...
Racial favoritism
WHICH IS...
for
Aviolation of equality before the law
Neo-racist (racism reborn as
"progressive"); group stereotyping
@ cULTURAL COMPETENCE OR RELEVANCE
WHAT THEY MEAN
Catering to stereotypes associated
with identity groups
WHICH
Ablank check to tell people that they are not sufficiently "culturally aware" and must modify their behavior
indoctrination in Critical Race Theory; neo-racism
Anineffective method with no scientific evidence
@ DISCRIMINATION
WHAT THEY MEAN IS...
Judgement based on experience, facts, predictions, and preferences
WHICH IS...
Claimed to be inexcusable when exercised with respect groups unless it makes them better off
Claimed to be required privileged" groups to "level the playing field"
Atool to achieve "equity"
Illegal
OREGON ASSOCIATION OF SCHOLARS
@ ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
WHAT THEY MEAN IS...
Environmental issues are race issues
WHICHIS...
Using environmental protection for unrelated political purposes
An ineffective and inefficient way to.
protect the environment
@ WHITE PRIVILEGE /
SUPREMACY
WHAT THEY IS...
European moral culpability
WHICHIS...
Racist scapegoating, especially a
'economically disadvantaged Europeans
Neo-racist (racism reborn as
"progressive"}; group stereotyping
@ sysTEMIC RACISM WHAT THEY MEAN IS...
Differences in outcome are always due to systemic biases
WHICH IS.
Am of group differences to imposed by others
@ An to "dismantle" freedoms and to forcibly redistribute public and private goods
@ micro-
AGGRESSION
WHAT THEY MEAN IS,..
'Small slights perceived as bigotry
WHICH
Weaponizing the taking of offense to control others
Putting perceived impact above actual intentions
Claiming that normal, everyday interactions are bigotry
@ HATE SPEECH
WHAT THEY MEAN IS...
An expression of opinion that the accuser
finds objectionable
WHICH IS..
Usually constitutionally protected speech
Usually a reflection of political diff rather than an expression of hatred
Away to restrict the speech of others by claiming it poses a danger
@ ACCOUNTABILITY
WHAT THEY MEAN IS...
Using institutional and social power to force compliance
WHICHIS...
Bullying
Mob rule
Heckler's veto
DRS. BRUCE GILLEY, PETER BOGHOSSIAN,
& JAMES LINDSAY
RESPONDING TO SOCIAL JUSTICE RHETORIC I Cheat Sheet Policy Makers for SOCIAL JUSTICE WHAT THEY MEANIS.. Group entitlements WHICH IS... The reframing of particular political demands as universal moral imperatives e Adenial of just rewards to individuals who follow the law @cRITICAL RACE THEORY WHAT THEY MEAN IS... Belief that people of European descent make society racist for their own benefit WHICH IS... The view that racism is baked into the system and inescapable The view that racism is present even if no one is racist The view that all disparities in group outcomes are due to racist systems @ DIVERSITY WHAT THEY MEAN IS... An based approach to society; includes only those who agree with Social Justice IS... A violation of individual identity; enforced intellectual conformity Political quotas; an attack on merit and a form of soft bigotry @ EQUITY WHAT THEY MEAN IS... Equality of outcomes plus reparations WHICH IS... violation of equality before the law dismantling of the foundations of a free society State management of society by redistributing resources, opportunity, and access @ INCLUSION WHAT THEY MEAN IS... Restricted speech and justification for purges WHICH IS... Making people feel "welcomed" by banning anything they find offensive An attack on freedoms of association and speech An separation of people by race ("neo-segregation") @ BIPOC FOLX WHAT THEY MEAN Non-European people WHICH IS... Used for neo-racist policies (racism reborn as "progressive") and stereotypes @ IMPLICIT BIAS WHAT THEY MEAN IS... Unconscious bigotry asa result of socialization by oppressive systems WHICH Shown not to be significant on behavior age 12 Mind-reading that always finds whatit seeks @ DECOLONIZATION WHAT THEY MEAN IS... Removing European influence WHICH IS... An attempt to delegi the US. "colonial project' ize the US. Replacing universal equality with illiberal non-European "traditions" @ RACIAL JUSTICE WHAT THEY MEANIS... Racial favoritism WHICH IS... for Aviolation of equality before the law Neo-racist (racism reborn as "progressive"); group stereotyping @ cULTURAL COMPETENCE OR RELEVANCE WHAT THEY MEAN Catering to stereotypes associated with identity groups WHICH Ablank check to tell people that they are not sufficiently "culturally aware" and must modify their behavior indoctrination in Critical Race Theory; neo-racism Anineffective method with no scientific evidence @ DISCRIMINATION WHAT THEY MEAN IS... Judgement based on experience, facts, predictions, and preferences WHICH IS... Claimed to be inexcusable when exercised with respect groups unless it makes them better off Claimed to be required privileged" groups to "level the playing field" Atool to achieve "equity" Illegal OREGON ASSOCIATION OF SCHOLARS @ ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE WHAT THEY MEAN IS... Environmental issues are race issues WHICHIS... Using environmental protection for unrelated political purposes An ineffective and inefficient way to. protect the environment @ WHITE PRIVILEGE / SUPREMACY WHAT THEY IS... European moral culpability WHICHIS... Racist scapegoating, especially a 'economically disadvantaged Europeans Neo-racist (racism reborn as "progressive"}; group stereotyping @ sysTEMIC RACISM WHAT THEY MEAN IS... Differences in outcome are always due to systemic biases WHICH IS. Am of group differences to imposed by others @ An to "dismantle" freedoms and to forcibly redistribute public and private goods @ micro- AGGRESSION WHAT THEY MEAN IS,.. 'Small slights perceived as bigotry WHICH Weaponizing the taking of offense to control others Putting perceived impact above actual intentions Claiming that normal, everyday interactions are bigotry @ HATE SPEECH WHAT THEY MEAN IS... An expression of opinion that the accuser finds objectionable WHICH IS.. Usually constitutionally protected speech Usually a reflection of political diff rather than an expression of hatred Away to restrict the speech of others by claiming it poses a danger @ ACCOUNTABILITY WHAT THEY MEAN IS... Using institutional and social power to force compliance WHICHIS... Bullying Mob rule Heckler's veto DRS. BRUCE GILLEY, PETER BOGHOSSIAN, & JAMES LINDSAY